Last-minute gifts from technology millionaires and others throughout Washington state have helped raise enough money to spare a major wilderness area along the U.S.-Canadian border from logging. Donations of $3 million have come in during the last week, making a total of $13.1 million that enviros have raised to buy logging rights to 25,000 acres of the state-owned Loomis forest, which is home to the Canadian lynx and other wildlife rarely seen in Washington. The state must complete a final appraisal of the forest before it can approve sale of the logging rights; if the cost goes up, enviros will have another year to raise more money.